REVOLUTIONARY WAR BULLET MOULD BY JOSIAH MILLER

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Item Code: 30-2113

Here is a very nice brass bullet mould for round shot.  It has cavities for a single musket ball (.61”) and 20 smaller buckshot (approx. .28” - .29”).  The mould measures approximately 7 ½” long. The two brass halves are hinged with an iron pin.

The exterior surfaces show signs of use with a moderate patina and a clear marking on the side of “IM” for Josiah Miller. In the 18th Century “I” was used for the written “J”.  Josiah Miller was from Connecticut and he made moulds from approximately 1760-1775. [jet]

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